Along with such interchangeable actors as Bob Bailey and William Eythe, Frank Latimore was one of the 1940s stable of light leading men at 20th Century-Fox. Signed to a Fox contract while still in his teens, Latimore could be seen in such major releases as In the Meantime Darling (1944) The Dolly Sisters (1946) and Razor's Edge (1946). He played what amounted to a starring role in the 1945 thriller 13 Rue Madeline--until he was casually killed off by villain Richard Conte halfway into the picture. Latimore relocated to Rome in 1949, where he starred in actioners and swashbucklers; one of the last of these was 1962's Vengeance of Zorro. Frank Latimore returned to American films in the 1970s, playing such character parts as Lt. Colonel Henry Davenport in Patton (1970) and the Watergate-burglary judge in All the President's Men (1976).